Mercy Otis warren and her Contribution to the American Revolution

Mercy Otis warren and her Contribution to the American Revolution
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  • Mercy let patriots of war use her sitting room as a safe place to form meetings to discuss the boycotts and British rule.
  • This is getting out of control.
  • 1750-1775
  • 1765-1775
  • Mercy and other patriot women boycotted by refusing to buy British goods and instead making their own, like sewing  their own cloth.
  • This explains the British so well. I understand why they are unjust. We must fight!
  • Mercy's first play on the Revolution, the  Adulateur,   appears in newspapers. It changes the minds of many loyalists.
  • 1772
  • Mercy begins to write a history on the American Revolution.
  • 1775
  • Mercy  wrote a play in which a woman named Freedom was left weeping onstage.  This motivated rebels, because they realized that they didn't want the  freedom of America to be left weeping.
  • 1775
  • 1728-1814
  • Mercy fought for the rights of women. She was an exemplary feminist. She believed that women had all rights, especially education wise.
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